Please join us at Living Arts for a panel discussion with the Mental Health Association of Oklahoma, along with Tulsa Artist Fellow Edgar Fabián Frías and Amanda Lowe of Camp Fire Green Country.
The theme of the panel is Resilience, which can protect one from various mental health conditions, such as depression and anxiety, as well as offset the factors that increase the risk of mental health conditions. It shares this theme with our current exhibition, Then, Here/Now: Creating Community in the Center, with which this panel is presented in conjunction.
The Mental Health Association of Oklahoma is dedicated to promoting mental health and the equity of access to mental health care statewide. Their work includes housing, mental health education support groups, counseling, suicide prevention, and more.
Edgar Fabián Frías, MA MFT is a nonbinary, queer, indigenous (Wixarika) and Latinx interdisciplinary artist, curator, educator, and psychotherapist. Describing their own work, they say, "Ranging from curatorial practices to community organizing and ceremonial work, my praxis is emergent, relational, and context-specific."
Amanda Lowe is a Program Manager at Camp Fire Green Country, which has been an innovative leader in youth development since 1918. Camp Fire seeks to provide young people the opportunity to find their spark, lift their voice, discover who they are, and change the world.
Free and open to the public.
Living Arts of Tulsa
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